Proface GP370-LG11-24V In-Stock

Proface GP370-LG11-24V In-Stock

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For safe and correct use of this unit, follow these guidelines.
• Because of the ever present danger of electric shocks, make sure the Power Cable is not plugged in when connecting it up to the GP.
• Whenever changing the Backlight, to prevent electric shocks or burns, be sure to turn off the GP power and use protective gloves.
• Because the GP is loaded with high voltage parts, electric shocks can occur when disassembling the unit. Do not disassemble the GP.
• Do not use power beyond the specified voltage range. If you do, it may cause a fire or an electric shock.
• Do not reconstruct the GP unit. It may cause a fire or an electric shock.
• Do not use the GP in an environment with flammable gas in the surrounding atmosphere. It may cause explosion.
• GP uses a lithium battery for backing up its internal clock data. If the battery is incorrectly replaced, the battery may explode. To avoid the danger, please do not replace the battery yourself. When the battery needs a replacement, please consult with your local GP distributor.
• Do not use touch panel keys in life-related or important disaster prevention situations. Use separate hardware switches for such keys.
• Please design your system so that the machine will not malfunction by a communication fault between the GP and its host controller. If not, there could be a danger of injuring a person or damaging materials.
To Prevent From Damage:
• Do not hit the touch panel with hard or heavy objects, or press the touch panel with too much force, for it may cause irreparable damage.
• If you place the GP in an environment outside the specified temperature range, the GP will break down.
• Do not allow water, liquids, or metals—which can cause a GP breakdown or electric shocks—inside the GP unit.
• Avoid reducing the GP ventilation, or storing and using the GP in an environment that increases the GP temperature.
• Avoid using and storing the GP in direct sunlight and in dusty or dirty environments.
• Because the GP is a precision instrument, do not store or use the GP where powerful impacts and vibrations will disrupt the unit.
• Do not store or use the GP where chemicals and acids evaporate, or where chemicals and acids are dispersed into the air. The GP may become infected.
• Do not use paint thinner or organic solvents to clean the main unit or display.
• Because unforeseen circumstances may befall your GP unit, be sure to back up your Screen data.
• About GP’s display Panel
• The display Panel contents and the Contrast Adjustment affect the intensity of Contouring. (Contour—when some parts of the Screen are brighter than others, creating a wavelike pattern.)
• There are minute grid-points on the display Panel surface.
• Shadows may appear at the top of the LCD extension.
• Sometimes the display field may look as if the display colors have changed. This phenomenon is a common attribute of LCD‘s, and not a defect in the system.
• Displaying a single image for long periods can cause an afterimage to remain when changing to another screen.
set the unit to “Stand-by Mode”, which turns the screen Off automatically when there is no input (a single screen display with no operations) for a specified period of time.
To prevent this effect:
set the unit to “Stand-by Mode”, which turns the screen Off automatically when there is no input (a single screen display with no operations) for a specified period of time;
do not display any single screen for a long period of time. Change the screen display periodically
• The GP should be installed in the front face of a metal panet.
• If the GP is installed so as to cool itself naturally, please mount it onto a vertical panel.
Also, ensure that GP unit is mounted at least 100mm away from adjacent structures and other parts. If these conditions are not met, the heat gene rated by internal components may cause a failure to meet the UL standard requirements.
In stallation and operation instructions are provided with each GP,These installation instructions contian the follwing statements.
1.Power,input and output(I/O)wiring must be in accordance with ClassⅠ,Division2 wiring methods, Articls 501-4(b) of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70 or as specified in Secction 18-152 of the Canadian Electrical Code for installations within Canada and in accordance with the authority having jurisdiction.
2.Suitable for use in ClassⅠ,Division2,GroupsA,B,C and D hazardous location, or nonhaxardous locations only.
3.WARNING:Explosion hazard-substitution of components may impair suitability for Class I,Division2,
4.WARNING:Explosion hazard-do not disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off or the area is known to be nonhazardous.
5.WARNING:Explosion hazard-when in hazardous Iocations, tum off power before re placing or wiring modules.